Justin Bucci, Billy Darr and Norbey Broquis, joined forces to bring about a product they named Untapped Passive Profits. According to them, this product will reveal how you can bank an average of over $700 per day in passive revenue without spending outrageous amounts of money on investments.
They said you don’t need to know how to drive traffic to your offers, you don’t need to own a website, you don’t need to have an email list, you don’t need to be an SEO expert and it’s even possible for you to see results working not more than 30 minutes per day.
However, they clearly warn you not to expect this system to make you a millionaire overnight or turn you into the next social media magnate.
They claim their system will save you time and money while it makes you money – it will provide you the financial resources you need to travel the world, visiting your favorite locations, grant you all the time you need to spend with family and friends and make you proud of your accomplishments.
They promise that the training you get from the product would be step-by-step and that even a dummy would be able to comfortably absorb the lessons and implement them to their financial benefit. They also claim that you could possibly see results within 24 hours of starting out, using the methods they teach within the member’s area of the product.
They claim their product is capable of making you drop your nine to five job confidently and not be financially worse off.
They also claim there may not be any need for you to buy another info production because this one will certainly make you money. Furthermore, they promise to show you the secret platform they’re using to pull in large amounts of money in passive income. They claim they’ll teach you how to put in some work and relax afterward to reap the harvest of your labor over and over again.
If you hate upsells, then, you’ll be driven crazy by the vendors of this product. I checked out and ran into an upsell of $10. Then, another upsell of $47. Then, after that, I got a $27.43 down-sell. After that, I got a whopping $197 upsell. After that, I got the same offer at a discounted $97. As you might have already guessed, I passed them all up.
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This product teaches you how to make money by writing and selling eBooks on an Internet Marketing platform called NookPress.com, and has the potential to make you money. However, that won’t happen until you’ve filled in certain blanks. You’ll understand this better as you go through the rest of the review. Your success with this product also depends on your willingness to get the required work done.
This review reveals the pitfalls that attend this product. Therefore, whether you can make money with it or not depends on all the covered factors and how they affect you as an Internet Marketer
I was finally let into the members’ area of the product after turning down all the up and down sells. There in the members’ area, there was an invitation to apply for something the vendors called “a free strategy session.” I clicked on the “apply now” button provided and found myself face to face with a survey form. On that form, there was a clear indication that if I didn’t have any money, I wouldn’t be allowed to partake in the “free strategy session” with Justin Bucci.
That deceptive invitation thrown at buyers in the members’ area of the product wasn’t a good sign, but I wanted to get to the end of the training before reaching a conclusion. I thought, “who knows, that might be the only negative aspect of the training.” So, I dug in to get the training I paid for.
There was a bonus and some inscriptions below it that read, “Get My 10 Money-Making Campaigns” with a link that read “Click Here To Unlock,” which pointed to another upsell that costs $18.14.
After those, there were seven videos, which constituted the main training product. The first video covered modules one and two. In this video, which was labeled “Module 1-2: Overview/Setting Up Account,” the presenter caught my interest.
It seemed to me like he had something really good to offer. He talked about a site called NookPress.com. According to him, on that site, you could make as much money as you wanted by uploading eBooks you wrote.
In that introductory video, he promised to teach his viewers how to get information from other eBooks and sources to compose their own eBooks very quickly without becoming guilty of plagiarism. However, as I got caught up in the moment, the video abruptly ended without a proper conclusion. Ouch! I moved on to the next video to consume its content hungrily.
In the second video, which was labeled “Module 3 (Research Profit Book),” the presenter showed his audience, in a step-by-step manner, how to carry out their research and fetch information for the eBooks they may be interested in writing. His presentation was so clear even an absolute dummy would be able to follow along without any snags.
In the third video, which was labeled “module 4 (Creating Your First Profit Book),” the presenter went ahead to show his audience how to go about creating their eBooks in any chosen niche. He showed them how to create it themselves and offered them a template to work with. He also showed them how to outsource it through oDesk.com, which is now known as Upwork.com, as oDesk has had a change of name, and Fiverr.com as well.
In the fourth video, which was named “Module 5 (Going Live),” the presenter showed his audience how to publish their finished digital books by setting them up on the NookPress.com site, and how to stay ahead of the competition by placing competitive price tags on their eBooks.
In the fifth video called “Module 6 (Outsourcing),” the presenter showed his audience how to use oDesk, which is now Upwork, and Fiverr to get their jobs done from start to finish instead of outsourcing some parts and doing some parts themselves.
In the sixth video named “Module 7 (Scaling Up),” the presenter, as the name of the video implied, showed his audience exactly how to scale up their publication business to higher levels of income through Amazon’s kindle direct publishing, Google Play and iTunes.
In the seventh video, which was named “Case Study (2,709.23 in 3 Days)” the presenter gave recorded proof of earnings on NookPress.com and a few tidbits on how he went about achieving that much in such a short time. Please click on the image below this paragraph to watch the video.
This product’s a great one, but some aspects of it pissed me off. The upsells were annoying. Then, there was also the deceptive “Free Strategy Session” invitation. Again, as much as you can make money with it, you can’t start making large amounts of money with it from the outset.
The reason for that is that most of your products will be so competitively priced that they’ll sell for $2 or $3 and you’ll have to make a ton of them in order to see significant sales profits.
That, in turn, means that it can’t generate enough income to sustain you to the extent of quitting your nine to five job soon enough (you can eventually quit your regular day job if you put in the required amount of work and give it some time, though).
Furthermore, more than one video ended as if something went wrong. Finally, you can’t grow an email list with this method. There’s no provision for that. That sucks!
The presenter doesn’t sufficiently tell you how to get ahead of the competition. Just uploading your eBook for sale on an Internet Marketing platform doesn’t guarantee sales because your eBook will be a needle in a haystack amidst several others.
This product has potential to make you money. But like any other legitimate business, you’ll have to figure out a way of getting ahead of the competition, which the presenter doesn’t sufficiently reveal to you in his training videos. You’ll also have to put in some real work in order to get financial rewards.
Even if you got everything right, at the outset, what you’d make wouldn’t seem like much. However, it’s a game of numbers. The more eBooks you publish, the more financial returns you’ll get, and the higher the quality of the eBooks you publish, the more often your buyers will seek out your products to buy repeatedly. That is if you’re able to figure out a way to get your eBooks in front of them, in the first place.
For less than $10, though, it’s not too shabby of a product. Just know that the sales claims aren’t going to be fulfilled without you filling in a great deal of blanks yourself, particularly regarding how to sell your books after you upload them, and prepare yourself for a SLEW of upsells after checkout.
Again, if you’re smart enough to write little eBooks on subjects people are interested in and are looking for, you might as well begin to mine gold earlier than expected. However, you can’t make $779.46 per day, as the vendors claim on their sales page, from selling eBooks that you weren’t shown how to get in front of potential buyers in the midst of fierce competitors.
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Eugenson is just a regular guy, except he doesn't believe in the security of nine-to-five jobs and loves to launch out on his own, trying to realize his dreams his way and at his time. He's tried to make money online for quite some time now, purchasing product after product, and has been swindled by a lot of cyber-fraudsters masquerading as make-money-online messiahs. He has many passions, some of which include drawing, painting, writing, and watching comic movies. He's on a revenge mission to hit fiendish scammers hard by writing reviews that reveal the truth about their unethical schemes and worthless products. He hopes to stifle their online, bloodsucking businesses by forewarning their potential victims and depriving them of the payments they depend on. You can consider Eugenson a friend who's here to give you objective product reviews, helping you uncover the online vampires and discover genuine opportunities.